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2007Age, period and birth cohort effects on prevalence of overweight and obesity in Australian adults from 1990 to 2000Allman-Farinelli, Margaret; Bauman, Adrian; Chey, Tien; Gill, Timothy; James, W. P. T.; School of Molecular Bioscience; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and ExerciseAge, period and birth cohort effects on prevalence of overweight and obesity in Australian adults from 1990 to 2000, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.62,(7),2007,pp 898-907
2004Appropriate Body-Mass Index For Asian Populations And Its Implications For Policy And Intervention StrategiesGill, Timothy; Barba, Corazon; Cavalli-Sforza, Tommaso; Cutter, Jeffrey; Darnton-Hill, Ian; Deurenberg, Paul; Deurenberg-Yap, Mabel; James, Philip; Ko, Gary; Kosulwat, Vongsvat; Kumanyika, Shiriki; Kurpad, Anura; Mascie-Taylor, Nick; Moon, Hyun Kyung; Nakadomo, Fumio; Nishida, Chizuro; Noor, Mohamed Ismail; Reddy, K Srinath; Rush, Elaine; Schultz, Jimaima Tunidau; Seidell, Jaap C; Stevens, June; Swinburn, B A; Tan, Kathryn; Weisell, Robert; Yaynik, C S; Yoshiike, Nobuo; Zhao-su, Wu; Zimmet, Paul Z; Molecular & Microbial BioscienAppropriate Body-Mass Index For Asian Populations And Its Implications For Policy And Intervention Strategies, The Lancet, vol.363,(9403),2004,pp 157-163
2014Associations between adolescent and adult socioeconomic status and risk of obesity and overweight in Danish adultsBoylan, Sinead; Gill, Timothy; Heitmann, Berit L; Andersen, Lars B; Hare-Bruun, Helle; Boden Institute; Boden Institute; Boden InstituteAssociations between adolescent and adult socioeconomic status and risk of obesity and overweight in Danish adults, Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, vol.8, 2, 2014,pp e163-e171
2010Best practice principles for community-based obesity prevention: development, content and applicationGill, Timothy; King, Lesley; Allender, S; Swinburn, B A; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; School of Public Health: Public HealthBest practice principles for community-based obesity prevention: development, content and application, Obesity Reviews, vol.N/A, N/A,pp 1-10
2011Changes in core food intake among Australian children between 1995 and 2007Flood, Victoria; Gill, Timothy; Kwan, Janis; Louie, Jimmy; Rangan, Anna; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; School of Public Health: Medicine; Molecular Bioscience; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and ExerciseChanges in core food intake among Australian children between 1995 and 2007, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.65, 11, 2011,pp 1201-1210
2011Changes in ‘extra’ food intake among Australian children between 1995 and 2007Flood, Victoria; Gill, Timothy; Kwan, Janis; Louie, Jimmy; Rangan, Anna; Boden Institute; Boden Institute; School of Public Health: Medicine; Molecular Bioscience; Boden InstituteChanges in ‘extra’ food intake among Australian children between 1995 and 2007, Obesity Research and Clinical Practice, vol.5, 1, 2011,pp e55-e63
2009Childhood obesity in Australia remains a widespread health concern that warrants population-wide prevention programsBauman, Adrian; Baur, Louise; Brand-Miller, Janette (Jennie); Caterson, Ian; Colagiuri, Stephen; Fiatarone Singh, Maria Antoinette; Gill, Timothy; Storlien, Leonard; Steinbeck, Katharine S.; School of Public Health: Public Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Molecular Bioscience; Boden Institute; Boden Institute; Exercise Health and Performance; Boden Institute; Boden InstituteChildhood obesity in Australia remains a widespread health concern that warrants population-wide prevention programs, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.190, 3, 2009,pp 146-148
2013Community-based efforts to prevent obesity: Australia-wide survey of projectsGill, Timothy; King, Lesley; Allender, S; Nichols, Melanie; Reynolds, Rebecca C; Swinburn, Boyd A; Waters, Elizabeth; Boden Institute; School of Public Health: Public HealthCommunity-based efforts to prevent obesity: Australia-wide survey of projects, Health Promotion Journal of Australia, vol.24, 2, 2013,pp 111-117
2008A comparison of two nutrition signposting systems for use in AustraliaFlood, Victoria; Gill, Timothy; Hector, Debra; Louie, Jimmy; Rangan, Anna; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; Molecular & Microbial BioscienA comparison of two nutrition signposting systems for use in Australia, NSW Public Health Bulletin, vol.19,(7-8),2008,pp 121-126
2014Consumer perspectives about weight management services in a community pharmacy setting in NSW, AustraliaArmour, Carol; Chaar, Bouad Betty; Gill, Timothy; Krass, Ines; Um, Irene; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Pharmacy; Boden Institute; Pharmacy; PharmacyConsumer perspectives about weight management services in a community pharmacy setting in NSW, Australia, Health Expectations, vol.17, 4, 2014,pp 579-592
2012Consumer response to healthy eating, physical activity and weight-related recommendations: a systematic reviewBoylan, Sinead; Gill, Timothy; Louie, Jimmy; Boden Institute; Boden Institute; Molecular BioscienceConsumer response to healthy eating, physical activity and weight-related recommendations: a systematic review, Obesity Reviews, vol.13, 7, 2012,pp 606-617
2006Consumption of 'extra' foods (energy-dense, nutrient-poor) among children aged 16-24 months from western Sydney, Australia.Gill, Timothy; Hector, Debra; Lahti-Koski, Marjaana; Leeder, Stephen; Peat, Jennifer; Webb, Karen; Knezevic, Natalia; Rutishauser, Ingrid; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; Molecular & Microbial Bioscien; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Communication Disorders; School of Public Health: Public HealthConsumption of 'extra' foods (energy-dense, nutrient-poor) among children aged 16-24 months from western Sydney, Australia., Public Health Nutrition, vol.9,(8),2006,pp 1035-1044
2008Consumption of 'extra' foods by Australian adults: types, quantities and contribution to energy and nutrient intakesGill, Timothy; Hector, Debra; Rangan, Anna; Webb, Karen; Schindeler, Suzanne; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; School of Public Health: Public HealthConsumption of 'extra' foods by Australian adults: types, quantities and contribution to energy and nutrient intakes, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.October 2008,(63(7)),2008,pp 865-871
2007Consumption of 'extra' foods by Australian children: types, quantities and contribution to energy and nutrient intakesGill, Timothy; Hector, Debra; Rangan, Anna; Webb, Karen; Randall, D.; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; School of Public Health: Public HealthConsumption of 'extra' foods by Australian children: types, quantities and contribution to energy and nutrient intakes, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.Oublished online 14 March 2007,(62 (3)),2007,pp 356-364
2012Dairy consumption and diet quality in a sample of Australian childrenDenyer, Gareth; Gill, Timothy; Marks, Guy; Rangan, Anna; Flood, Victoria M.; Webb, K. L.; Molecular Bioscience; Boden Institute; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Boden InstituteDairy consumption and diet quality in a sample of Australian children, Journal of the American College of Nutrition, vol.31, 3, 2012,pp 185-193
2011Dairy consumption and overweight and obesity: a systematic review of prospective cohort studiesGill, Timothy; Hector, Debra; Louie, Jimmy; Rangan, Anna; Flood, Victoria M.; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and Exercise; Molecular Bioscience; Institute for Obesity Nutrition and ExerciseDairy consumption and overweight and obesity: a systematic review of prospective cohort studies, Obesity Reviews, vol.12, 7, 2011,pp e582-e592
2013Dairy consumption and the risk of 15-year cardiovascular disease mortality in a cohort of older AustraliansBurlutsky, George; Gill, Timothy; Louie, Jimmy Chun Yu; Mitchell, Paul (Ronald); Rangan, Anna; Flood, Victoria M.; Western Clinical School: Clinical Ophthal & Eye Health; Boden Institute; Molecular Bioscience; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; Molecular BioscienceDairy consumption and the risk of 15-year cardiovascular disease mortality in a cohort of older Australians, Nutrients, vol.5, 2, 2013,pp 441-454
2015Developing and testing evidence-based weight management in Australian pharmacies: A Healthier Life ProgramArmour, Carol; Chaar, Bouad Betty; Gill, Timothy; Krass, Ines; Um, Irene; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Pharmacy; Boden Institute; Pharmacy; PharmacyDeveloping and testing evidence-based weight management in Australian pharmacies: A Healthier Life Program, International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, vol.37, N/A, 2015,pp 822-833
2011The development of a network for community-based obesity prevention: the CO-OPS Collaboration.Gill, Timothy; King, Lesley; Allender, S; Armstrong, Rebecca; Foulkes, Chad; Nichols, Melanie; Reynolds, Rebecca; Swinburn, B A; Walters, Elizabeth; Boden Institute; School of Public Health: Public HealthThe development of a network for community-based obesity prevention: the CO-OPS Collaboration., BMC Public Health, vol.11, 132, 2011,pp 1-8
2014Digital Junk: Food and Beverage Marketing on FacebookBaur, Louise; Chapman, Simon; Freeman, Becky; Gill, Timothy; King, Lesley; Chapman, Kathy; Kelly, Bridget; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public Health; Boden Institute; School of Public Health: Public HealthDigital Junk: Food and Beverage Marketing on Facebook, American Journal of Public Health, vol.104, 12, 2014,pp e56-e64